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'''Programma editorium''' seu '''litterarum elaboratorium''' appellari potest [[programmatura ]]specializata, qua [[amanuensis|amanuenses]] et alii scriptores possunt litteras computatro scribere, textos cum imaginibus electronice elaborare et in paginis ordinare, et saepe quoque has litteras per [[impressoria electronica]] in chartas imprimere. Versiones hodiernae plerumque programmaturam praebent qua scriptor potest errata in [[grammatica]] seu [[litteratura]] sua invenire et corrigere.
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Word processor may also refer to a type of stand-alone office machine, popular in the 1970s and 80s, combining the keyboard text-entry and printing functions of an [[electric typewriter]] with a dedicated processor (like a computer processor) for the editing of text. Although features and design varied between manufacturers and models, with new features added as technology advanced, word processors for several years usually featured a monochrome display and the ability to save documents on [[memory cards]] or [[diskettes]]. Later models introduced innovations such as spell-checking programs, increased formatting options, and dot-matrix printing. As the more versatile combination of a [[personal computer]] and separate [[Computer printer|printer]] became commonplace, most business-machine companies stopped manufacturing the word processor as a stand-alone office machine. As of 2009 there were only two U.S. companies, Classic and [[AlphaSmart]], which still made stand-alone word processors. <ref>Mark Newhall, ''Farm Show''.</ref> Many older machines, however, remain in use.
 
Programmata editoria primitus in computatris peronalibus annis [[1970]] adhibita sunt in [[officii sedes|officii sedibus]] ut [[machina scriptoria|machinarum scriptoriarum]] functiones imitentur. Haec programmata amanuenses sinebant errata facillime corrigere omnino antequam litteras in charta physica imprimerent. Qua de causa computatra personalia magnam populo gratiam annis [[1980]] mox ceperunt.
Word processors are descended from early ''text formatting'' tools (sometimes called ''text justification'' tools, from their only real capability). [[Word processing]] was one of the earliest applications for the [[personal computer]] in office productivity.
 
 
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Although early word processors used tag-based [[Markup language|markup]] for document formatting, most modern word processors take advantage of a [[graphical user interface]] providing some form of [[What You See Is What You Get]] editing. Most are powerful systems consisting of one or more programs that can produce any arbitrary combination of [[image]]s, [[graphics]] and text, the latter handled with [[type-setting]] capability.
 
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